Determine if the warranty was transferable. Just because it was lifetime, that might have only been to the prior owner. It might not transfer to a subsequent purchaser. And even if it is transferable, there might have been some requirements to register and transfer the warranty. Pull out the...Read more »
Your spouse must be physically present in the U.S. if she/he wishes to file the FORM I-485 with USCIS. Moreover, your spouse must be eligible to adjust status with USCIS prior to filing the FORM I-485.
If you don't have a written lease, but are a month to month tenant, landlord can terminate your occupancy at the end of any month by giving at least 30 days' written notice. It must be in writing. Verbal notice is not valid. So don't tell her that. Having a tenant in the property...Read more »
I don’t have a copy of the updated will but I was at his home when a lawyer came to the house to update it for him. He looked me in my eyes and said “I don’t want to leave you with nothing.” He had substantial means. I obtained a copy of the will filed in probate court and it’s from the... Read more »
You'll have to contact a TN probate attorney in the county where the probate court that handled his case located. The lawyer can review all the facts and advise you. You'd probably have to be able to find the updated will to be able to have any basis to proceed. Use the Find a Lawyer...Read more »
He has lived here over 20 years. I know the land lord is terminating this lease because he cant raise the rent to what he gets from new tenants.. he also has wants to make renovations on this apartment. Wich I understand. But does my friend have to be homeless because of the landlords needs
If the tenant's lease is not expiring, landlord cannot make him leave until the end of the lease term. But if the tenant's lease is expiring, then unless the lease gives tenant an automatic renewal or a right to renew, landlord is not under any obligation to renew or extend the lease...Read more »
Contact her school to see if she is there. Check the school parking lot for your car. If it is there, take it home with you and park it where she can't get it or find it. If she is not at school, advise the school and also contact your local children's services office. You can also...Read more »
My dad died with only a small bank account ($10,000) with a POD account which is now on hold until death certificate. There will be a refund from a preneed funeral account and a refund of rent from his assisted living facility. Since both were paid out of the POD bank account and that is the only... Read more »
This is why no one should try DIY administration. Hopefully you have not exposed the estate assets to creditors by paying bills from his POD account prior to transferring it to your name. Estate assets can be protected from creditors (except funeral bills) by waiting 6 months to open estate, but...Read more »
You can try to work out a settlement with the plaintiff to make payment and get a dismissal. But get it in writing in a settlement agreement signed by plaintiff. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney.
My father died unexpectedly last year. My mother immediately got rid of all of his documents and computer. She swears that he did not have a will. She refused to post an obituary for him in newspapers, etc. My two siblings and I found 3 signed checks written out to us from my father in his desk... Read more »
You would have to try to find the lawyer that might have prepared his will, and then hope the lawyer retained the original. A copy of the will might work, but maybe not. But if you don't know where to start looking for the attorney, it might be impossible to find out. It might be too late...Read more »
They both want to pay next month and have the apt, but not together. We want them both to move, and gave the 30 day termination notice to both Lessee and occupants, but who should we accept rent from for the final month? Are we obligated to deal only w/ him as the technical Lessee? If we take her... Read more »
A month to month lease runs on a calendar month if rent is normally due on the 1st. So a 30 day notice terminates the lease on the last day of the month. Notice given now would terminate the lease on Oct. 31. If they are not out on Nov. 1, then give a 3 day notice to vacate, and if they...Read more »
I injured myself at the beginning of May and I’ve been off work since then. I have a return date of October 31. I initially filed a workers comp claim but that was denied, appealed, and denied again. So I’m moving on to a disability claim. No one is disputing that I’m injured. The dispute was... Read more »
I received a proposal on 07/28/20 for a pole barn to be built. Prior to the contractor ordering the material package, we had to obtain engineered drawings and a building permit per the contractors verbal instruction. I signed and accepted the proposal same day. Today, I received a revised quote... Read more »
There is no specific law. If you don't agree to the increase, the contractor is unlikely to build your project. You could claim a breach of contract, select another contractor, and if the other contractor charges more for the same construction, you could sue the first contractor for the...Read more »
Some HOA declarations and bylaws prohibit conducting a trade or business in the home, and those restrictions can be valid. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney who can review the HOA and advise you.
She finally freed herself, to late. Intestate, son in prison for drugs only after jail for breaking protection order from mother. Daughter I pink slipped, became to violent, has a guardian , is in a home. She broke all ties prior to illness, both very abusive. She refused to tell them anything or... Read more »
The transfer on death deed does not transfer contents, only the house itself. The contents belong to the estate. After 3 years, it is unlikely that the heirs would make any claim if you sold the things, or had them hauled away. But they could. Talk to the attorney who prepared the TOD deed.
Divorce is nearly complete, but suddenly my ex wants psych evaluations. This would include himself, his live-in girlfriend, and me. I’m fine with this, but he also wants my new boyfriend to undergo it. We’ve been seeing each other a month and aren’t living together.
I can only speak to Ohio, and it looks like you may live in another state. It is unusual for the court to allow psychologicals near the end of the case. It would be extremely unlikely for the court to consider an evaluation of a boyfriend. This is especially true if the boyfriend has no known...Read more »
There is no way to answer without reviewing the situation. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the land contract and the divorce decree and advise you of the payment obligation to your ex-wife.
I'm technically in Lorain County. My landlord is cool but the realtor is now getting angry with my bf and I cause we were out of town for a showing that he failed to give a 24hr notice for. He's done it multiple times now and we have pets. What drew the line for him is when we refuse to... Read more »
The realtor has no legal rights and cannot require you to do anything. You don't even have to talk to him if you don't want to. You certainly don't have to leave the key in the box. Ohio law requires a landlord to give reasonable (24 hour) notice of having someone come in for an...Read more »
There is no time limit. If you don't let him get his things, he could file a police report against you for keeping it, and you could be charged. Or he could sue you. You could claim he abandoned it, and the court would then decide.
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